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Milaca High School – Learning Model Shift to Distance Learning

Milaca High School will enter Distance Learning for all students, grades 7-12 starting Monday, November 16th. At this time, we will continue with fall activities and allow them to finish their season as long as we are able to avoid a quarantine situation. We will continue to offer a limited about of spectators at football games since it is outside. However, once we go distance learning, we will be returning to no spectators and only essential workers for all our indoor activities. We will continue to offer our live streaming (MHS Livestream) as able and resources allow for as many events as we can.

We are currently pausing Winter Activities while we receive more guidance from the MSHSL, MDE, MDH, and the Governor. Mr. Julson will work with individual programs on how the learning transition will impact programs directly. Community Education will also be pausing until we receive this guidance.

A learning model shift is needed due to staffing issues and the increase in county case numbers. We are projected on Thursday to be in the mid 80’s and well into the 100’s the following week. At this point, we are not sure how long we will be in this learning model. As many of you are aware, in less than a week the office of the Governor has released multiple Executive Orders pertaining to education and gatherings further limiting capacities. We are currently evaluating those orders as a district to determine what effect they may have on our operations.